Looking for how to watch Apple WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2019, the biggest event of the year for Apple? Check out this guide for finding how to watch the online stream of keynote announcements here.
Apple will host its Worldwide Developers Conference 2019 keynote at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose. The keynote is just the kickoff for the conference that runs from Monday to Friday.
The WWDC press invites Apple sent out on May 22 had artwork full of Easter eggs and hints about what the company might announce.
This annual event unveils all of the new technology and concepts that the company is working on. This year’s event is expected to cover all of the new software including iOS 13, macOS 10.15, and watchOS. Plus there could potentially be some new hardware unveiled as well.
The event takes place today at 1pm EST, and typically lasts about two hours, though it could be closer to two and a half.
With so many possibilities, you may be wondering how you can tune in.
— Apple (@Apple) May 31, 2019
How to watch:
The event will be streamed live on their website, which is accessible via mobile or desktop.
Apple TV users will also be able to follow along via the Apple Events App.
Those with Apple devices can also download the WWDC app from the Apple Store to follow along the rest of the events that the week has to hold.
For those who intend to watch on Apple devices, take note that the live streams are optimized for device models that run iOS 10 or later. Apple recommends Mac users be running at least macOS 10.12 Sierra.